HappsNow is a mobile application for college students to effectively find organized campus event near them, as well as a resourceful tool for campus organizations to promote on-campus events.
Paragon Digital Marketing formulates innovative online marketing strategies by utilizing high quality ad platforms, technological services, and analytics consulting to maximize website traffic for clientele.
PickUp Patrol is a cloud-based application that enables parents and school administrators to effectively sort student transportation plans and dismissals. Maria Edvalson discusses her experience with the Accelerate NH Initiative.
Fresh Air designs room monitoring sensors for property management that effectively detects marijuana and cigarette smoke. Jack O’Toole reflects on the valuable assistance he’s received from the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network.
While Kevin Low was hesitant to give up a high-paying job, he knew that self-employment was his destiny. He found the transition from employee to CEO to be rather natural,…
Rapid Insight offers a predictive analytics software for large organizations such as universities, hospitals, and businesses seeking to aggregate large amounts of data for predictions, trend assessment, and financial forecasts.
BevNow is a mobile application designed to give golfers convenient access to deliverable purchases of concessions mid-game. Jeff Kelley shares his perspective on his participation with the Accelerate NH Program.
Jeremy Hitchcock’s story is a bit unusual because he co-founded Dyn while he was a student at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). As a result, he is passionate about exposing other…
VidFall.com crowdsources revenue from advertisements to provide watchers with useful rewards and promote valuable marketing opportunities across mobile gaming applications. Joel Robinson reflects on his partnership with Wasabi Ventures.
When Margaret Donnelly moved to New Hampshire in 2009, she joined the mobile marketing company JitterGram as Vice President of Marketing & Business Development. A few months later, the corporation…